Lactation Support

COVID-19 & Lactation Rooms

(Updated: 6/19/2020)

Pregnancy, childbirth, adoption, surrogacy, and loss are all major life transitions. Johns Hopkins knows that continuing to chest or breastfeed, or exclusively pump after returning to work or study requires extra planning, patience, and support. The Johns Hopkins Lactation Support Program helps make the transition back to work or study easier so you can express milk for as long as it is the best choice for you and the beneficiaries of your milk.

REGISTER HERE to use a Lactation Room.


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Lactation Rooms

Lactation rooms are located throughout our campuses for employees who need a private space to express milk while at work. Register to use a room, learn what you’ll find when you get there, and explore the various pump options that are available.

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Employee Resources

Tips and resources for before and during leave as well as information on returning to work or study.

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Supervisor Resources

Employees needing to express milk while at work have pretty basic needs. As a supervisor, you play a vital role in creating and providing a supportive environment.

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Policies & Laws

Explore Johns Hopkins policies regarding lactation accommodations and leave in addition to applicable federal and state laws.

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Johns Hopkins strives to use inclusive language in our materials. Though we realize that some organizations listed in our resources have not yet made a similar language shift, we share the links in our effort to provide information useful to our community. 

LSP Recent News & Updates

Thank you to those who attended this year’s Baby Shower!

Johns Hopkins’ LSP wins a Gold Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace Award! Read the full article here.

New Lactation Room opens in the Bloomberg Children’s Center, read the full article here.